Comps1 ROM

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barbostick
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136811
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Comps1 ROM
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2012-02-21 17:29:12
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Soma Comps study
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Comps1 study guide for ROM
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  1. Neck AROM and end-feels
    • All end-feels are tissue stretch (soft)!
    • Flexion-45-50; chin to chest
    • Extension- 75-85; chin to ceiling
    • Lateral Flexion- 40-45; ear to ipsilateral shoulder
    • Rotation- 90; chin over ipsilateral clavicle
  2. Back AROM
    • Flexion- 75-85
    • Extension- 25-35
    • Lateral flexion- 35-45
    • Rotation- 35-45
  3. Wrist AROM and end-feels
    • Flexion- 80; tissue stretch soft;
    • Extension- 70; tissue stretch soft;
    • Abduction- 20; tissue stretch firm;
    • Adduction- 30; tissue stretch firm;
  4. Hip AROM
    • Flexion- 120 with knee flexed, 70-90 when knee extended
    • Extension- 30; prone, stabilize sacrum 15 with knee bent
    • Internal rotation- 45; prone
    • External rotation- 45; prone
    • Abduction- 45; supine, stabilize ASIS
    • Adduction- 30; supine,
  5. Shoulder PROM
    • Flexion- tissue stretch soft; ct supine; bring shoulder into flexion. Do twice! Once pinning scap and one without.
    • Extension-tissue stretch firm; ct prone; bring shoulder in extension. Do twice! Once with elbow straight and once with elbow flexed.
    • Medial rotation- tissue stretch soft; ct supine; Therapist stabilizes near clavicle. Arm is abducted then medially rotated.
    • Lateral rotation- tissue stretch firm; ct supine; Therapist stabilizes near clavicle. Arm is abducted then laterally rotated.
    • Abduction- tissue stretch soft; tissue stretch soft; ct supine; Therapist pins scap at lateral ribcage. Arm is abducted.
    • Adduction-tissue stretch; ct supine; Therapist flexes GH joint slightly so the humerus is brought in front of the torso.
  6. Elbow AROM and end-feels
    • Flexion-150; soft tissue approximation; bring hand to shoulder
    • Extension-0; bone to bone; straighten arm
    • Supination- 80; tissue stretch (soft); with elbow bent to 90 degrees, turn hand palm up
    • Pronation- 80; tissue stretch (soft); with elbow bent to 90 degrees, turn hand palm down

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